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Inns in Shepton Mallet

The Kings Arms Hotel
Garston Street,
Shepton Mallet
Somerset

BA4 5LN | View map

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The Kings Arms, a unique15th century coaching inn, once owned by the Babycham family a perfect place to stay on your journey from Stonehenge to Glastonbury. A crossing point between Avebury Stone Circles and Wells Cathederal. Close to Longleat Safari Park, Cheddar Gorge, Wookey Hole, and Clarkes Village very near to the Royal Bath and West Showground.Known as "The Dusthole" by locals it is set in an idyllic corner of Somerset on the outskirts of Shepton Mallet standing in a muddle of weavers cottages and manor houses 15 miles from Bath and Bristol.Unchanged but modernised, the ideal English country inn. We are just off the ancient Fosse Way. During the winter you can enjoy fine in house produced food and drink in front of a roaring log fire, whereas on balmy sunny summer days you might decide to go al fresco under a thatched umbrella on our patio or in the tranquility of our secluded picturesque suntrapped gardens!

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